Alaska October 03, 2017
Visit This Incredible Noodle House In Alaska For A Taste of Japan
Ramen House in Anchorage is a simple as it sounds, a spot for a big bowl of noodles in a piping hot soup. Taking after the noodle house tradition, this restaurant tasty bowls of noodles for a quick lunch solo or a place to meet a friend. This is a completely different experience than a bowl of instant ramen made late night in a dorm room. The customers love the friendly and quick service when they are on the go. Head to the Ramen House for a tasty, easy bite in Anchorage.
Map to the Ramen House ( 149 East Fireweed Lane, Anchorage, AK 99503).
The Ramen House is a hot spot on Fireweed in Anchorage. The small restaurant is constantly hopping with hungry Anchoragites popping by for a bowl of noodles.
The menu isn't entirely ramen. There are a few classic dishes like this Chicken Teriyaki, fried pork, curry dishes and some interesting appetizers like Yoko-nigiri, a spam rice ball.
The main attraction is the ramen. They serve traditional ramen in the Southern Japan style. The noodles are cooked in a homemade broth with fresh ingredients chopped and piled high on top.
Shoyu Ramen is the basic dish with the simplest additions. A hard boiled egg, a sprinkle of green onion, a dash of sliced seaweed and a generous portion of savory broth and filling noodles.
The Tonkotsu (pork bone broth) ramen is rich and delicious. The broth is simmered in the restaurant, making nutrient-dense bone broth, an ancient Japanese style and a modern trend.
The Miso Ramen is a the most popular choice offering the delicate flavor of miso and a hearty pile of vegetables on the top.
Not all the noodles at the Ramen House are served in soup bowls. The yakisoba dishes have noodles piled high on a skillet with vegetables and a fried egg, as seen in this Pork Katsudon.
The Ramen House doesn't do pick-ups or take out. You have to sit, relax, and let the warm food and the steamy broth nourish and replenish you.
They offer a unique Japanese style dessert specials. You can head here for a wonderful date or a quick bite anytime.
Head to the Ramen House for an authentic Japanese noodle house experience, delicious food, ample portions, prompt service, and a friendly staff. You'll love this authentic taste of Japan created in Alaska.
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